Landon M.

asked • 04/05/16

General Chemistry Reactant question

I have no idea how to do the following problem...
 
"If you wish to prepare 2.00 g of BaSO4 (233.43 g/mol) from 1.5 M Na2SO4 (142.04 g/mol) and 1.0 M BaCl2 (208.23 g/mol) how many milliliters (mL) of 1.0 M BaCl2 will you need assuming 100% of the BaCl2 reacts and precipitates to give the desires BaSO4?"

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Tiglath M. answered • 04/06/16

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